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In this 2014 file photo, immigrant and longtime resident in the United States Rosalva Mireles is photographed by Jesus Sanchez of Spanish language newspaper El Commercio, after Mireles was processed for her permanent driver's license, and received a temporary one to use until it is ready, at a Department of Motor Vehicles office, in Denver.

Coloradans who need new driver's licenses might have to wait a bit.

Offices are encountering issues with their network and are unable to issue licenses, instruction permits or identification cards, the state's Division of Motor Vehicles announced in a Tuesday morning press release.

Some services are still available at their website, where users can renew licenses, request records and more.

"The Department of Revenue is working with vendors to resolve this issue as quickly as possible," the release states. "The Department thanks Coloradans for their patience and apologizes for the inconvenience."

Colorado's DMV has experienced other technical difficulties this year. Last month a network outage shut down most services, and in April, camera issues prevented cards from being issued.

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